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Sabotage (28-Mar-2014)

Director: David Ayer

Writers: David Ayer; Skip Woods

Keywords: Crime

Crime drama follows a top-flight Drug Enforcement Agency squad as they fall into grave danger after infiltrating a drug cartel's safe house.

ABSTRACT
Tough-guy film veteran Arnold Schwarzenegger attempts a return to the roles that made him famous in Sabotage, appearing as Breacher, the head of a Drug Enforcement Agency squad assigned to square off against some of the world's most notorious drug cartels. An initially successful raid on one such cartel's safe house soon makes a startling turn towards the terrifying as members of the team begin to mysteriously perish one by one, leading Breacher to ponder the possibility of sabotage as every single one of his supposed comrades becomes a suspect.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Martin Donovan
Actor
19-Aug-1957   The Portrait of a Lady
Mireille Enos
Actor
22-Sep-1975   Sarah Linden on The Killing
Troy Garity
Actor
7-Jul-1973   Bandits and Barbershop
Josh Holloway
Actor
20-Jul-1969   Sawyer on Lost
Terrence Howard
Actor
11-Mar-1969   Hustle & Flow
Joe Manganiello
Actor
28-Dec-1976   Alcide Herveaux on True Blood
Max Martini
Actor
11-Dec-1969   Mack Gerhardt on The Unit
Harold Perrineau, Jr.
Actor
7-Aug-1963   Link in The Matrix
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor
30-Jul-1947   Governor of California, 2003-11
Olivia Williams
Actor
26-Jul-1968   The Sixth Sense
Sam Worthington
Actor
2-Aug-1976   Avatar

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